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consumer. do some googling, binging, search these things out and find out if the version of it you loaded and the particular application you're using, is there any risk with it, has somebody else talked about it? you just have to be informed, and we have got more devices in the world than we probably have people in the united states, you have to be informed. melissa: rob, is apple really that fantastic that it's this locked up and it's this safe that we're talking about it like this? i feel like we're being too nice to apple in this segment. >> well, the advantage apple has because they've locked down the platform and they heavy liqueur rate the tore, it's much harder for a virus to get in. doesn't mean it's not impossible. you can still jailbreak the phone, and there's always the chance that something's going to bypass apple's cure ration, it's just far less likely than it is with an android phone. the safe phone is probably the blackberry because they use a programming method that compartmentalizes the components so it should be easier to secure can. but the next generation of phones th
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